Bryan Meyer

Education

University of Tampa
Flagler College

Sports Performance Coach
CES, PES, HFI, NSCAA National Diploma
Master Trainer, Orlando, FL

Bryan Meyer is a leading expert in athletic performance coaching. With over 12 years in the industry, he has established himself as a trainer for the “who’s who” in the sports world.

With clients like Kim Glass, USA Women’s Volleyball team; DeAndre Jordan NBA, Brain Dawkins, NFL;  Patric Young Top ranking, USA Basketball UF, Bryan’s client roster has been earned through hard work and his methodology.

In 2005, Bryan Meyer became Dwight Howard’s a.k.a Superman’s sole performance coach.  Dwight Howard has been ranked consistently as one of the best in the league in rebounds, blocks, field goal percentage and free throw attempts, and has set numerous franchise and league records. He has led the Magic to three division titles and one conference title, and he was the winner of the 2008 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. In the 2008 Olympics, he was the starting center for Team USA, which went on to win the gold medal.

Whether traveling to China, South Africa or around the United States, Bryan’s commitment to Dwight’s training regiment has garnished him publicity in ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Men’s Health and other national media exposureBryan is also a contributing editor for Stack.com , an online magazine that focuses on athletic performance.

Through the D-12 Foundation, Bryan makes a personal commitment to influence the lives of children stressing the importance of education, fitness and health.

Bryan Meyer is also Founder of B Meyer Training a performance training facility  in Orlando, FL  which launched in September 2010.

A graduate of the University of Tamp, Bryan is a certified master trainer with a CES, PES, HFL, NSCAA National Diploma.   He continues to challenge himself with ongoing continuing education in areas of muscle activation techniques and functional movement.

“Leading into the World Championship I knew Coach B had given me the tools to win and the rest was up to me. He takes his craft very serious and teaches as he trains.”

- Vinny Moriera, Brazil BMX 2009 World Champ